- 23 Jun 21
The event was due to be held at Curraghmore House, Co Waterford on the August Bank Holiday weekend.
The organisers of All Together Now have announced the festival has been cancelled for a second year in a row due to Covid-19 restrictions.
The event was due to take place from July 30 to August 1 in Curraghmore House, Co Waterford. However, the festival instead go ahead from July 29 to July 31, 2022.
Iggy Pop, Sinéad O'Connor and Underworld were headliners on the 2021 line-up; it's uncertain whether the trio will return in 2022.
2020's line-up was set to include the likes of Ms. Lauryn Hill, mura masa, Groove Armada Live, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, *Jarvis Cocker* Presents Jarv Is.., Rufus Wainwright, Goldfrapp, Little Dragon, Agnes Obel, DIIV, Girl Band, LANKUM, DJ Koze, Floating Points Live, Mano Le Tough Live, Honey Dijon, The Staves, Cate Le Bon, Pillow Queens and Sing Along Social before it was cancelled.
A statement on All Together Now's website read: "We regret to announce today that this year's All Together Now festival will not be able to take place, and is now rescheduled to July 29th-31st, 2022.
"After exhausting all possibilities to enable the festival to happen this summer, it has become clear that despite recent signs of hope from the authorities, the current health restrictions make it impossible to make plans for the event to take place this August Bank Holiday weekend.
"Tickets for this year's festival will be valid for the 2022 event, with organisers adding: "We all need and deserve a festival to look forward to and we are dedicated to making All Together Now 2022 a special celebration."
For those who purchased tickets but will be unable to attend the event next year, the statement says Ticketmaster will process their refund request via the 'My Account' section on their website.
"We thank all the artists, managers, agents, crew, partners, production companies, and the many workers who continue to work alongside us through these difficult times. With special thanks to Lord & Lady Waterford & Waterford County Council for their continued support and encouragement.
"We will dance together again! But in the meantime: take good care of yourself and those around you! We thank you again for your continued support."
Read the full update below:
— All Together Now (@ATNfestival) June 23, 2021